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Busy scene by the slipway at North Front, Gibraltar. In the foreground various RAF marinecraft undergo maintenance. Parked behind them are shrouded Consollidated Catalinas of No. 202 Squadron RAF, while in front of the hangar, an engine service is undertaken on Short Sunderland Mark I, L5798 'KG-B', of No. 204 Squadron RAF based at Bathurst, The Gambia. Between 1941and 1944, this unit regularly escorted Allied convoys between Gibraltar and West Africa.

CM Busy scene by the slipway at North Front Gibraltar. In the foreground various RAF marinecraft undergo maintenance. Parked behind them are shrouded Consollidated Catalinas of No

Blohm und Voss Bv141

Blohm & Voss BV 141 Built in Germany just prior to the was designed as a tactical reconnaissance aircraft, with a crew gondola completely separate from the rest of the fuselage.

Lockheed P-38 Lightning F-5E-4-LO (s/n 44-24235) 34th Photo Reconnaissance Squadron, 1945. Manufactured in 1944, this reconnaissance Lightning was Lt John Sanders' second plane. It's name, "Sandy's Bandwagon", was painted on the nose. This photo would have probably been taken in Spring 1945, in Haguenau (France). This aircraft was scrapped in November 1945, and condemned on May 2nd, 1946.

Lockheed P-38 Lightning F-5E-4-LO (s/n 44-24235) 34th Photo Reconnaissance Squadron, 1945. Manufactured in 1944, this reconnaissance Lightning was Lt John Sanders' second plane. It's name, "Sandy's Bandwagon", was painted on the nose. This photo would have probably been taken in Spring 1945, in Haguenau (France). This aircraft was scrapped in November 1945, and condemned on May 2nd, 1946.

Captured American B-17 used by the Luftwaffe During World War II, after crash-landing or being forced down, approximately 40 B-17s were repaired and put back into the air by the Luftwaffe. These captured aircraft were codenamed “Dornier Do 200”, given German markings and used for clandestine spy and reconnaissance missions by the Luftwaffe - most often used by the Luftwaffe unit known as KG 200, hence a likely possibility as a source for the “Do 200” codename. (Ithis just made me smile)

Captured American used by the Luftwaffe During World War II, after crash-landing or being forced down, approximately 40 were repaired and put back into the air by the Luftwaffe.

Gloster Gladiator Weather Reconnaissance

521 Squadron RAF in Gloster Gladiator Mark II 'E' before he departs on a high-altitude THUM (Temperature and Humidity) flight from Bircham Newton Norfolk

Captured American B-17 used by the Luftwaffe During World War II, after crash-landing or being forced down, approximately 40 B-17s were repaired and put back into the air by the Luftwaffe.

Luftwaffe Resource Group - Flying Fortress captured and used for training in anti-bomber tactics. She was called "Wulf Hound.

Reconnaissance aerial photo showing British Horsa and Hamilcar gliders on Landing Zone 'Z' near Wolfheze woods, west-north-west of Arnhem, Operation Market I, 17 Sep 1944

Reconnaissance aerial photo showing British Horsa and Hamilcar gliders on Landing Zone 'Z' near Wolfheze woods, west-north-west of Arnhem, Operation Market Garden, 17 September (Imperial War Museum)

A Photographic Reconnaissance Mustang Mk1 of 2 squadron RAF

A Photographic Reconnaissance Mustang of 2 squadron RAF